The EU wants a common USB-C charging port on all devices.

China has announced that transactions of crypto-currencies are now illegal...

Governments are testing their ‘vaccinated economy’ tech.

Boeing says it will build Loyal Wingman drones in Queensland.

Experts are working on an electronic nose that can analyse ‘breathprints’ to spot health conditions.

Experts say data from the genome and epigenome will help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.

Researchers want to use AI to make identifying autism easier.

South Australia’s Office of Public Integrity (OPI) is investigating the state Liberal Party's use of campaign software.

New South Wales is looking at facial recognition and geolocation to help it control its home quarantine system.

Australia Post says it is nearing the end of a massive telecommunications transformation.

ACCC Chair Rod Sims has accepted a new role with the International Competition Network.

A UK-based data analytics firm is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help activist investors maximise profits.

Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

ANU astrophysicists have uncovered the previously unknown origin of gamma-rays.

A new way of measuring ocean temperatures could lead to more accurate modelling of global warming.

Tech experts say Australia is heading for a patchwork vaccine passport system that may not meet international standards.

Uber Australia is disputing an $81.5 million tax bill, while sending much of its money to the Netherlands.

Australian researchers have developed a high-tech and efficient new system to transport data using atomically-thin semiconductors.

Researchers from tech giant Microsoft are studying how working from home can change the workplace.

Australia’s newest mass surveillance laws deal a damaging blow to digital rights.

CSIRO experts will soon compete in what is effectively the robot Olympics.

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